[hibernate-dev] Another pull request for supporting Infinispan 7.2.1 in 4.3
gbadner at redhat.com
Wed May 13 12:29:11 EDT 2015
No, I did not have a chance to read up on what you suggested. I sounded like it had some limitations that would not work, but maybe I misunderstood. I'll look into it today.
The last couple of days have been very long. Sorry for the oversights.
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Steve Ebersole" <steve at hibernate.org>
> To: "Gail Badner" <gbadner at redhat.com>
> Cc: "Sanne Grinovero" <sanne at hibernate.org>, "Scott Marlow" <smarlow at redhat.com>, "Galder Zamarreño"
> <galder at redhat.com>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 13, 2015 5:33:24 AM
> Subject: Re: Another pull request for supporting Infinispan 7.2.1 in 4.3
> On May 13, 2015 7:32 AM, "Steve Ebersole" <steve at hibernate.org> wrote:
> > 1) This really should be a hibernate-core discussion
> I meant to say hibernate-dev...
> > 2) I already suggested using forced version in Gradle and gave you a link
> on how that works. Did you read it? Did you try it?
> > On May 13, 2015 2:04 AM, "Gail Badner" <gbadner at redhat.com> wrote:
> >> Sanne, Scott, and I discussed how Hibernate should deal with supporting
> Infinispan 7.2.1 in 4.3 earlier today. I think the consensus was it would
> be sufficient to:
> >> - specify the Infinispan 7.2 configuration by using
> hibernate.cache.infinispan.cfg (so Hibernate wouldn't have to switch if
> parsing failed);
> >> - run tests manually with Infinispan 7.2 for WildFly integration testing.
> >> I created another pull request:
> >> My pull request incorporated some of Galder's changes from
> >> The main differences:
> >> - Hibernate will consider the 7.2 configuration as test code
> >> - the 7.2 configuration can be specified using
> >> Currently, the only way to run hibernate-infinispan tests is to change
> infinispanVersion from 6.0.0.Final to 7.2.1.Final. It would be nice to be
> able to specify infinispanVersion as a environment variable, defaulting to
> 6.0.0.Final to avoid having to manually update libraries.gradle.
> >> Another consideration is that manually updating libraries.gradle forces
> a re-build using Infinispan 7.2.1 as a dependency.
> >> Since WildFly will use a hiberanate-infinispan jar build against
> Infinispan 6.0.0.Final (won't it???), I think it would be best if we could
> run unit tests without rebuilding with Infinispan 7.2.1, but using it as a
> run time dependency. I haven't been able to figure out how to do that
> >> Anyone have an idea how to do that, even manually?
> >> Thoughts on all this?
> >> Thanks,
> >> Gail
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